In 2001, the Prairie Tractor and Engine Museum Society received a substantial legacy from the Warren Kleeman Estate. There were sufficient funds to construct this 93 foot by 53 foot building. While it is one building on the inside, the outside is designed to look like several old time stores. There is also a meeting room, three offices, and space for social gatherings, which we rent out. On display there are many historic items and artifacts such as: a scale model of a hiding place in Holland for Jewish people during World War 2, model steam engines, a cream separator, a kerosene lantern, a gasoline mantle lamp, telephone equipment, sewing machines, irons, washing machines, stoves, and many other pioneer household items.